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Satisfy your celluloid addiction with the "Cinema Junkie" podcast, where you can mainline film 24/7. This film and entertainment series is run by KPBS Film Critic Beth Accomando. So if you need a film fix, want to hear what filmmakers have to say about their work, or just want to know what's worth seeing this weekend, then you've come to the right place.
 
A show that champions the film world and professes that movies are still very much alive. Co-hosts and movie nerds Sean Shapiro and Steven Fine first review and discuss a new movie. Then we weave a thematic thread through time to connect the new movie with older movies to give us a chance to discuss movies from the past that we love or have yet to see.
 
A podcast that is practically all about MOVIES! Cinema, films, celluloid, digital, whatever you want to call it. Jack and Andrew are the hosts, and we talk about new movies, classics, cult work, things we've seen and have never seen, special segments about directors and styles and trends, and 'Required Reading' which is about movie books. And the "Local Vocal" series gives you in-depth interviews with NYC/NJ based filmmakers, actors, artists and musicians.
 
VCinema is a cult film review podcast which looks to take a close look at obscure and slightly forgotten movies from the past. Asian cinema, Italian genre fare or anything else that takes our interest. Coffin Jon and Josh hope to entertain as well as inform their audience!
 
Joshua James & Tiernan O'Rourke dig deep into the darkest caverns of film and television to bring you colorful discussions and heated arguments based on their findings. Join them on their quest as they tear through mountains of celluloid searching for the weird, the obscure, the truly unimaginable!
 
Want to be entertained throughout the week? The Fat Guys Network is here to provide you with hours of weekly programming that will wrap around you like a warm, fleshy Snuggie. Get movie reviews on Fridays, television talk on Mondays, DVD and Blu-ray picks on Tuesday, off-beat and offensive comedy on Wednesday and movie discussion throughout the weekends, all with an irreverent silliness with plenty of humor and fun. From the flagship show Fat Guys at the Movies to newer podcasts like OSNAP! ...
 
A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
 
CINE ENTERTAINMENT TALK ist der zweiwöchentlich erscheinende Podcast des Entertainment Blog rund um das Thema Film und Fernsehen mit Schwerpunkt auf Action- und Genre-Produktionen von den 80ern bis heute. Seit 2015 haben wir eine Vielzahl an Episoden mit meist über zwei Stunden Laufzeit sowie zahlreiche weitere Specials produziert. Thematisch ist (fast) nichts vor uns sicher. Bis dato haben wir u.a. Tribute an Meisterregisseure wie Wes Craven, Richard Donner und George A. Romero oder die Vit ...
 
Hannah Neurotica and Ashlee are your typically over-enthused, sometimes cynical horror nerds. Both ladies connected when they discovered an equally relentless love for 80's slashers and Heather Langenkamp. It's one thing to love horror, but both Hannah and Ashlee took their fandom to academia through studying gender roles and the cultural influences behind their favorite genre films. But both ladies knew horror bled beyond the celluloid frame, and that through much research, women were sorel ...
 
Keep or Delete is the ultimate benchmark of celluloid judgement. Here we dig into the history of cinema, hand pick a number of films and put them on trial. Whether they are beloved cult classics, controversial features or highly praised blockbusters, everything and anything qualifies for cross examination.
 
A Pipeline Artists original podcast about nothing and everything. Hosts Sadie Dean and Jeanne Veillette Bowerman share the truth, and nothing but the truth, about the challenges and benefits of living life as artists, striving for freedom to create in any medium, even ones you never thought of before. It's honest—no sugarcoating or selling hope. We tell it like it is, while always finding ways to make lemonade out of lemons. Think of us as Michael Bay, but with action items that don’t explode.
 
Six eyes in one big, dark room. What exactly are they watching? Horror films of course! Horror films often get a bad wrap in the industry. We set out to answer a simple question: Are horror movies the bastard child of hollywood films? We set out to disprove (or in some cases, prove) that thought. Who are “we”? Chewie (co-host of “Stuff&Things” and “Four Color Commentary”) is a blood-chugging, plague-ridden creature that just won’t die. Evan is the fabled beast from the darkest recesses of a ...
 
Matt, Jack, and Jon are three eloquent young gents from the East. Join them as they philosophize, externalize, and harmonize on the most pressing subjects of the modern age. Actually, we mostly just talk about movies and current events, but the presentation is what counts, right? We're in trouble.
 
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When you have an Indiana grain field, a high-school sweetheart, and a dream, what do you do? You make a film, of course! Writer/director Skyler Lawson talks with Sadie and Jeanne about the monumental task of bringing his film, Whelm, to life ... on celluloid, no less! All OG Pipeline Artists podcasts can be found on pipelineartists.com/listen. Watc…
 
Mike and Jesse discuss the 1988 buddy cop zombie action film Dead Heat, starring Joe Piscopo, Treat Williams, Lindsay Frost and Darren McGavin. Our theme music was composed by CollinDomo AKA Chunky Krill. Find more of his work at soundcloud.com/chunky-krill Facebook: facebook.com/cdfpod Instagram: instagram.com/cdfpod/ Twitter: twitter.com/cdf_pod…
 
In this episode, we talk about… How Chris Nolan and Zack Snyder have a heart-warming tradition of watching each other’s movies before release and not giving each other any notes. The difference between notes from people who just feel like they have to say something versus getting tactful and well-thought out notes at the right time in the process. …
 
On this episode Phillip and his cousin Chip start the show by paying some respect to Richard Donner who passed away on Monday. Then Phillip reads some corrections from the previous show. The two of them then discuss the added homework they had to do for the show; Phillip watched Disney's 1997 animated movie Hercules for the first time, and Chip rew…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks off the show with a look at the ScarJo suit coming soon to Disney, and he ties it into some news about how Warner Bros. will be releasing some movies next year. Then he looks at new trailers for Army of Thieves and Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Next, he reviews the films Jungle Cruise, The Green Knight, Stillwater and Jolt. Finall…
 
Many Americans grew up with the idea that there is a set career ladder that they can climb if they work hard enough - but unfortunately, it doesn’t quite work this way in the film industry. In this episode, we talk about... Whether or not Hollywood has a career ladder, whether the way the system currently works makes it impossible to move up in the…
 
When Brad Martin goes into work there’s a very real possibility his boss could ask to set him on fire. That's because he’s a stunt man.Comic-Con just wrapped up another virtual edition and I’ll be wrapping up July’s theme of celebrating pop culture by highlighting Brad Martin and Mickey Faccinello, who have both worked on the wildly successful Marv…
 
The new movie 'Stillwater' is a tour-de-force and we are joined by writer/director Tom McCarthy as well as his co-writers. Later on, we also talk to the writer/director of 'Let Us In', Craig Moss. In this episode, we talk about... How the team for Stillwater decided which elements of the plot to reveal to the audience and when to create an aura of …
 
Writer/director Edson Oda's first feature NINE DAYS premiered at Sundance 2020, where it won the Screenwriting Award and was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. A dream come true for a first-time filmmaker, right? The film, which is about social isolation and deep reflection on the meaning of life, was all set to debut theatrically later that year……
 
So ein Kino-Besuch kann schon mal ziemlich wild werden! Das müssen auch die Charaktere in Lamberto Bavas Kult-Horror DÄMONEN erleben, als die Leinwand-Monster plötzlich blutige Realität werden! Der von Dario Argento produzierte Streifen kam so gut an, dass der übernatürliche Terror direkt in Serie ging.Um die Übermacht der brutalen Monster zurückzu…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with a look at an ethical documentary issue as well as some box office discussion of Space Jam and Black Widow. Then he moves onto new trailers for Dune and The Last Duel. Next, he’s off to the reviews with a look at Snake Eyes, Old, Joe Bell, Settlers and Midnight in the Switchgrass. Finally, he wraps things up w…
 
There are multiple filmmakers on the podcast today who have lots of mic drop moments about these two new releases In this episode, we talk about… How M. Night Shyamalan’s movie Old is one of those rare films that can completely change your perspective on life and make you appreciate every moment. How Shyamalan worked with his cast to hone in on wha…
 
Ever wonder what it's like to work with a writing partner? Or how to find one? Or if it's worth looking for one? Before you dive into a writing partnership, listen to Sadie and Jeanne. Well, maybe listen to Sadie and Jeanne for more than that, but it's a start. Get advice on contracts, collaboration, and maybe even a few thoughts on what it's like …
 
Mike and Jesse discuss the 1984 cult classic Night of the Comet with special guest Catherine Mary Stewart! Starring Catherine Mary Stewart , Kelli Maroney, Robert Beltran and Geoffrey Lewis. Our theme music was composed by CollinDomo AKA Chunky Krill. Find more of his work at soundcloud.com/chunky-krill Facebook: facebook.com/cdfpod Instagram: inst…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks things off this week with a look back at the box office and Disney+ Premiere money from Black Widow. Then he moves into some thoughts on the Emmy nominations. Next, he looks at new trailers for Turning Red and Free Guy. Later, he reviews Space Jam: A New Legacy, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, How to Deter a Robber, Gun…
 
Cinema Junkie has been on a quarantine break but I decided that July, the month of Comic-Con, would be a great time to make a comeback. My first guest is someone who not only fits the spirit of Comic-Con, but also is a longtime friend and frequent Cinema Junkie guest and that is Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg, a.k.a. Doctor of the Dead. We've bonded over z…
 
New film Gunpowder Milkshake is a love letter to violence on screen, and the film’s director is here today to chat about the making of the movie! In this episode, we talk about… How Papushado got started and the combination of bravery and stupidity (his own words) that helped him get his first movie. Papushado’s influences and how they drive him cr…
 
In unserem 18. Van Damme Special hüpft Tom gemeinsam mit CET-Bruder Dominik in die Rikscha und plaudert über belgische Muskeln und explosive Jeans-Imitate.KNOCK OFF ist nicht nur auf dem Papier eine wilde Mischung aus amerikanischen Buddy-Actionfilm und freidrehenden Hongkong-Klopper. Denn Regisseur Tsui Hark (DOUBLE TEAM) lässt den Puma aus dem Ta…
 
In Russia, podcast records you! Yep, the FULL Wages crew - Andrew, Guest Star Matt (of https://mattthecatania.wordpress.com) and Trash Panda Korey, along with as always Jack - tackle the latest from Marvel, and discuss all Tasks and plot mechanics, and why sometimes a Midquel or a Tenaquel or whatever we are calling this now can be a tricky thing t…
 
This Week: Kevin starts the show with a farewell to director Richard Donner. Then he offers some news about Comic-Con and the box office. Next, he looks at new trailers for What If?… and Hotel Transylvania: Transformania. Later, he reviews Black Widow, Son, Vicious Fun, No Sudden Move and Fear Street: Part II – 1978. Finally, he wraps things up wit…
 
Host George Edelman welcomes Ed Solomon to share how lessons from both success and failure—along with one wild night at an Alaskan Strip Club—have had a hand in shaping the writer he is today. In this episode, we talk about… How Ed’s high school experience inspired him to be a writer and why he tells himself he’s an imposter daily How shifting from…
 
George chats with Ben Mankiewicz and Julie Salamon about their podcast The Plot Thickens, Julie’s book The Devil’s Candy is the best book on movie making.... ever? In this episode, we talk about… Details about the Plot Thickens Why they chose The Devil’s Candy for the podcast What everyone thought was going to happen during filming Bonfire of the V…
 
Mike and Jesse discuss the 1987 sci-fi horror comedy film Bad Taste, starring Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit), Terry Potter, Pete O'Herne and Mike Minett. Please consider supporting us on Patreon. This allows us to make donations to film schools everywhere. patreon.com/cdfpod Our theme music was composed by CollinDomo AKA Chunky Krill…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks off the show with a breakdown of the box office and potential future of blockbusters after the success of F9 last week. Next, he looks at new trailers for Clifford the Big Red Dog and Shang-Chi: The Legend of the Ten Rings. Later, he reviews the new movies Boss Baby: Family Business, The Forever Purge, Zola, Summer of Soul an…
 
Charles, George, Jo, and Kath break down all things Blackmagic such as using the 6K Pro for a night walk and talk, clarifying misinformation about 12K, and also whether you should bother learning Fusion and Fairlight. In this episode, we talk about… Night walk and talks and why they’re more complicated than you think. Why shooting raw is important …
 
Live from Hackensack, New Jersey (no extra missile here, Luthor, take that!) comes the Wages of Cinema!! LOOK! Up in the sky: it's a bird, it's a plane, no it's... discourse!! Jack and Korey watch the first five Superman movies! Yep, even Supergirl. (We start off for about the first ten to fifteen minutes talking about what led up to us doing this …
 
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman talks with opera singer, Lucia Lucas, and The Sound of Identity's director, James Kicklighter. Lucia shares her experiences being the subject of a doc, the first transgender opera singer to take on a lead role, and a peek behind the curtain of the world of opera. Together with James, they explore all aspects of an artists …
 
Guest David Stump has worked on some of the biggest visual effects movies as well as being at the forefront of the shift to the digital medium, helping to develop the tech being used by filmmakers today. In this episode, we talk about… How David Stump got his career started, what made him want to get into visual effects, and how he made his break i…
 
DP John Brawley drops wisdom from years in the trenches, plus insights into the development of Blackmagic Design. In this episode, we talk about… John Brawley’s career journey and how he was able to keep moving forward toward his goal of being a cinematographer, even while going through rough patches. The various jobs Brawley did in the film indust…
 
Heute haben wir nur gute Nachrichten. Der Sommer ist da, die Inzidenzen fallen und das soziale Leben kehrt zurück. Dazu startet am 1. Juli 2021 endlich wieder das Kino flächendeckend durch. Da wir zum Start einen großen Batzen neuer Titel präsentiert bekommen, haben wir uns trotz bestialischer Hitze vor die Mikros gesetzt, um euch per Round Up Tipp…
 
This Week: Kevin kicks things off with a listener question, then launches into some box office news. Next, he looks at new trailers for Snake Eyes and The Eyes of Tammy Faye. Later, he reviews F9, Werewolves Within, Fathom, An Unquiet Grave and Central Park: Season 2. Finally, he wraps things up with the Home Cinema Round-Up and a look back at both…
 
In this episode, we talk about… How the British government has begun demanding data from streaming services about how many people are watching their shows. How the movie industry’s data - like box office numbers - has always been public, but streaming services have been very secretive about their data. How Netflix wants control over which of their …
 
Today we had a good talk about how life events become art, the high risk/high reward art of busking, and the ongoing struggle of keeping up with ideas we have in the shower. Please check out my dear friend and sister show, Life's Everyday Soundtrack: https://www.youtube.com/user/tofudrag... Today's Guests: Camoragi https://open.spotify.com/album/2b…
 
While many topics seem off-limits for jokes these days, there is always value to poking fun at all the awful sides of human nature. Guest on the show John Lee created 'Wonder Showzen' to push boundaries and make people uncomfortable in an intelligent and meaningful way. He believes being political is a necessary part of being a creator. In this epi…
 
Mike and Jesse discuss the 1996 sci-fi comedy Space Truckers, starring Dennis Hopper, Debi Mazar and Stephen Dorff. Please consider supporting us on Patreon. This allows us to make donations to film schools everywhere. patreon.com/cdfpod Our theme music was composed by CollinDomo AKA Chunky Krill. Find more of his work at soundcloud.com/chunky-kril…
 
This Week: Kevin starts things off with a look at last week’s box office and what happened with In the Heights. Later, he looks at new trailers for Demonic and No Sudden Move. Next, he reviews The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, Luca, Fatherhood, Rita Moreno: A Girl Who Just Decided to Go for It, A Crime on the Bayou, The Sparks Brothers and Physical. F…
 
One of the most dynamic filmmakers working in the industry, Edgar Wright, is making a documentary about the band Sparks. All three are joining today to discuss this film, The Sparks Brothers! In this episode, we talk about… How Edgar Wright and Ron and Russell Mael (of Sparks) met over Twitter and ultimately decided to make a documentary about the …
 
Renny Harlin is one of the great action film directors who has had a huge influence on the genre and continues to have a lot of love and passion for his craft. He’s bringing that enthusiasm and lots of helpful insights to the conversation today. In this episode, we talk about… What made Renny Harlin decide he wanted to be a film director and his ea…
 
Tune in for some of the most exciting drone news in a while, plus discussions about a recent article exposing MoviePass and deep cuts by black filmmakers to honor Juneteenth. In this episode, we talk about… How MoviePass, for a while, was an amazing deal where you could see unlimited movies for one monthly fee. Venture Capital and how it factored i…
 
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